A feud dating back to 2007 when both were at West Ham was re-opened early in the first half of Wanderers' 3-1 victory on Saturday and continued as they walked off for half-time, with Zat Knight having to pull his team-mate away.
Reo-Coker, who scored his side's second, had the last laugh with the win which lifted Bolton out of the bottom three and insisted that was far more important than any run-in with the Wales international.
Nigel Reo-Coker: "Craig Bellamy is going to be Craig Bellamy and I've got no respect for him.
"He can do whatever he wants to do but I don't give a damn about him. It is football.
"I'm from the old school; I'm not a bully or someone who runs my mouth so to speak. I get on with football but if someone brings it to me I'll handle it.
"But I'm not concentrating on him, he is not a big factor in this. It is all about the team and the team performance and I thought we were fantastic.
"There was no neutral who watched the game who could say we didn't deserve that win."
Bellamy slags off Reo-Coker at West Ham: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OV9vcvjnmI